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Kosek Political Economy Of Bees May 14 2014

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Kosek Political Economy Of Bees May 14 2014


Published May 14, 2014


The plight of pollinators - in particular the honey bee - under the combined stresses of capital and empire, is considered from an unusual perspective. Jake Kosek, a farmer, radical geographer, and apiarist, discusses his researches into 'political entomology', specifically the use of bees as material and metaphor by the US military (foraging for landmines, anti-terrorism weapons).


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